New classes Announced for 2021 ProMX Championship

Published On: December 16, 2020Categories: Announcements, Media, News

The ProMX Management Team are excited to announce for the inaugural 2021 Championship
season, new support classes which will support the elite MX1, MX2 and MX3 classes of the ProMX
Championship.

Expanding on the permanent championship classes of MX1, MX2 and MX3 will see the introduction
of the MXW (MX Womens), VETS ( Veterans), 125cc Cup and Classic Motocross Evolution Cup
classes.

The addition of these class favourites will ensure for fans that the 2021 ProMX Championship is jam
packed with handlebar-to-handlebar action.

With the season fast approaching the additional ProMX classes will feature alongside MX1, MX2 and
MX3 at select rounds further strengthening the Championship.

MXW will provide a great opportunity for our elite female riders to showcase their talents both to the Australian and international audiences, as well as provide valuable exposure to hopeful MXGP candidates who are looking for an international future. Female racing in Australia as a whole is extremely strong in motocross and off-road and the ProMX Management Team are thrilled to be able to offer the women a platform to compete for a ProMX Championship title in 2021.    

Veteran racing is also thriving and the opportunity to showcase riders skill and talents is an
opportunity we are sure fans will savour in 2021.

Support classes provide a valuable access point to national racing, and the 125cc Cup is a rider and
fan favourite event that see’s two stroke racers have the opportunity to race at national level events
and tracks.

The addition of the Classic Motocross Evolution Cup, aims to also give an access point to the classic
motocross riders who wish to enjoy competitive racing at a national level to entertain both the
crowds and industry with the classic bikes of yesteryear.

Class information

MXW
Open to riders sixteen years of age and over competing in an open class structure on 125cc
machines and up, the MXW class has seen many great champions emerge over recent years and go
on to international success with the likes of Meghan Rutledge, Maddy Brown and Jess Moore all
enjoying long standing careers in the MXW class. The next generation of women competing in MXW
will take the track with PROMX in 2021.

VETS
The vet classes will feature two age group categories being 30-39 and 40+. With many retired pro
riders and national champions racing alongside their fellow VET class competitors, the VET classes
provide a great outlet for the industry and riders to embrace a potent mix of competition and
camaraderie.

125 Cup
A rider and fan favourite, the 125 cup will see the sound of two strokes singing around select rounds
of ProMX in 2021. Open to riders 16 years of age and over competing on 125cc two stroke machines,
this class provides highly competitive on track action.
 
Classic Motocross Evolution Cup
This classic motocross class is open to applicable bikes as per the moms of the evolution class to give classic motocross enthusiasts the opportunity to support the Australian Motocross Championship.

ProMX are pleased to release the 2021 Australian Motocross Championship Calendar with Classes.

ROUND 1 – WONTHAGGI, VIC 11 April
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, 125 CUP


ROUND 2 – CANBERRA, ACT 2 May
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3


ROUND 3 – GILMAN, SA 30 May
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, 125 CUP


ROUND 4 – MAITLAND, NSW 27 June
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, Classic Motocross Evolution Motocross Cup


ROUND 5 – WODONGA, VIC 25 July
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, 125 CUP


ROUND 6 – QMP, QLD 8 August
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, MXW, AORC (Fri & Sat)


ROUND 7-8 – COOLUM, QLD 14-15 August
Classes: MX1, MX2, MX3, VETS (Sat)
MX1, MX2, MX3, MXW (Sun)

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